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Quick Method to Successfully Migrate from Novell GroupWise to Microsoft Exchange Server

12 Feb

Moving data from Novell GroupWise to Microsoft Exchange Server is a very complicated and challenging task for any organization. MS Exchange server has long been known one of the easy and secure ways to manage the communication channel of an organization. To carry out the successful migration of complete data between platforms, organizations face a number of difficulties and risks. Continue reading


Tips to Recover Data from Exchange Database Corruption and The Role of Exchange Built-in Utilities

26 Jan

Exchange Server is designed using standard database technology. The entire system is dependent on an embedded database system for processing information. Despite being fault-tolerant and transactional-consistent, the Exchange databases may develop inconsistencies due to several unsuspected events, such as system crashes or hardware failures. As a consequence, all data stored on the Exchange Server becomes inaccessible to the users. Continue reading

Tips to Recover MS Exchange 2007 Server Mailbox to an Existing Mailbox

18 Aug

Corruption in the MS Exchange Server database and recovery of mailboxes are some of the biggest challenges that the Exchange administrators usually face. One of the common tasks that an administrator usually gets when an employee has already left the organization and the manager wants some part of his mailbox restored into his Exchange mailbox. Though there are some really powerful Exchange Server recovery software available, in less complex situations the administrators can still prove their credibility by recovering mailboxes using Microsoft supported tools (Exmerge.exe). However, here one important thing to note is that these tools must not be confused as full fledged Exchange Recovery utilities and are better considered as trouble shooting tools. Continue reading

Why You Need EDB to PST Conversion

10 Aug

Information store is an integral component of Exchange Server that comprises mailbox and public folder data. The Information store is further divided into a number of databases to facilitate easy and efficient management of the store. The store database files that contain mailbox data are known as Exchange EDB files. MS Exchange Server is integrated with MS Outlook to provide users with access to their mailbox data on the local workstations. MS Outlook is synchronized with Exchange Server to keep the mailbox data in sync with the information in local PST files. The Outlook Data (.PST) files act as a local backup of a user mailbox stored on the server. These files consist of email messages, tasks, attachments, notes, calendar entries, and journals. Continue reading

Tips to Perform Exchange Server Repair and to Recover the Data Back

29 Jul

Over the years, Microsoft Exchange Server has been a popular email server among the large as well as small scale industries. The Exchange Server database is accessed through the email client and stores all your precious mailboxes in it. Sometimes, the Exchange Server database becomes corrupt and you fail to access any of your mails. However, these days there are many Exchange Server repair utilities available in the market, using which you can repair the corrupt Exchange database and recover your precious mail components back. Continue reading

Tips to Perform Quick EDB to PST Conversion

27 Jul
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Convert Exchange EDB Files to Outlook PST files

An EDB file or Exchange Database file is basically database file of Exchange Server. This database file contains user mailboxes created in your MS Outlook profile. However, there are times when you want to convert your Exchange Database (EDB) files to more usable MS Outlook Personal Storage (PST) files in order to access mailboxes stored in your EDB file. Thus, at that situation you are required to opt for reliable third-party EDB to PST converter software. Continue reading